Media’s Future & Cupcakes

Media’s Future & Cupcakes

On Friday, the last day of Internet Week/NY, I finally extricated myself from client obligations and set off to check out two happenings near one another in the city: the TechMunch Food Bloggers Conference and I Want Media’s “Future of Media” panel of players and pundits waxing poetic on, well, the future of media. Stephens, Cupcake Queen […]

Business Insider Ignites New York

Business Insider Ignites New York

NYC’s Time Warner Center In compiling the questions for this week’s much-shared “PR 3.0 Questionnaire,” I did some research to see where various blogs and news sites ranked by unique monthly visitors in relation to one another. I hadn’t done this exercise in a while, but pretty much assumed that Boing Boing no longer topped […]

Media & Journalism

Media & Journalism

(Via Politico) A-list blogger and digital thought leader Chris Brogan took the long President’s Day weekend to pen a post titled “The Future of Media.” Being one of his nearly 175K followers on Twitter, I was drawn to the post based on a single tweet of his. (Don’t believe the notion that Twitter is killing […]

Reading Room Revisited

Reading Room Revisited

Last winter, I wrote a post that extolled the value of long-form reading, as opposed to the microbursts of information that flows ephemerally across our desktops, laptops, Blackberrys, iPhones and Nexus Ones. The number of new books heralding in the new world order might only be exceeded by the myriad trade shows and meet-ups coalescing […]

Small and Big Screens…

Small and Big Screens…

I had the good fortune to attend the thought-provoking “Future of Media” panel, hosted by MediaPost and sponsored by AOL and others, in New York City last week as part of Advertising Week. Featured (from left to right) were: Mark Cuban (HD Net, Dallas Mavs), Vivien Schiller (NPR), Bob Garfield (Ad Age, NPR), Martha Stewart, […]

Future of Media

Future of Media

On Wednesday, I expect to learn the future of media. The day begins with Media Magazine‘s Future of Media Forum or “It’s Not What it Used to Be.” At The Times Center in NYC, Wired‘s Chris Anderson will take these and other media movers and shakers through their paces: Mark Cuban, Martha Stewart, NPR’s Vivien […]